FILM & KIDS
If popcorn and a festive film are your ticket, then don’t miss these pop-up screenings:
Rio Cinema, Hackney Dalston, 10 December 2017, 12.30 – 3pm
Kids can meet Father Christmas and his team of helpers, get their faces painted, make crafts and then watch Arthur Christmas at this one-off childrens event. They will also receive a free goody bag. Tickets: £11.05 (children 2 are free).
Screenings at The Shard, 12 & 13 December 2017, 8pm
The UK’s highest pop-up cinema (on the 69th floor) is showing Scrooge and Miracle on 34th Street. Tickets are £45 including a Grey Goose cocktail and popcorn.
Hush Cinema: Classics in the Courtyard, every Sunday until 24 December 2017
Showing at 6.30pm in this Mayfair courtyard, the theme of this year’s showings is ‘Fairytale of New York’ with films such as Love Actually and Home Alone 2. Tickets are £10 and include a cocktail, popcorn and you’ll be given a blanket to snuggle under.
Winterville, Clapham Common, until 30 December 2017
Appearing for the first time on Clapham Common is an ice rink, a funfair, a street food market curated by Street Feast, a roller disco and a Backyard Cinema within an indoor ‘forest’ showing films such as Elf and The Snowman and the Snowdog.
Rooftop Winter Cinema, The Berkeley Hotel, until end of February 2018
There are daily screenings from December through to February at this eight-seater rooftop cinema, with two screenings a night during December. There are Moncler fur wraps, hot water bottles and heat lamps to keep you warm and you’ll also be offered mulled wine, hot chocolate and mince pies (the menu is different in January and February). You can also pre-order dinner. Tickets are £70 and the screenings are weather permitting.